Exclude quickly some part of your website from translation using Linguise rules
Linguise has a specific integration for the most popular CMS like WordPress or Joomla but it can be installed easily on all website systems based on PHP. See the PHP install documentation
Linguise provides multilingual content that should be indexed automatically in all search engines, like any other website pages. To accelerate the process we recommend to:
- Connect your website to the Google Search Console
- Submit multilingual sitemaps with only important pages
- Make a regular check for any coverage issue in the Google Search Console
- Exclude pages with poor content from the robot.txt
- Analyze your multilingual traffic in Google Analytics
- Improve neural translations on important pages with a human translator
You can have several domains (websites) managed by one account. Each domain and sub-domains translations are billed separately.
Nope, there are around 100 languages available. Note that for better SEO optimization, at the beginning of the translation, it’s better to focus on the most important languages for your business.
Yes sure, any CDN will work with Linguise translation. The only modification you need to make is with Cloudflare WAF system. To return translation, Linguise translation needs to make a call to its own script on your server. This is something you need to exclude from WAF setting like that (replace IP by your server IP):